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The Fall - Hip Priests And Kamerads

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The Fall
Hip Priests And Kamerads

Label Beggar´s Banquet
Erstveröffentlichung 01.09.2001
Format CD
Lieferzeit 1 – 8 Werktage
Preis 11,95 € (inkl. MwSt. zzgl. Versand)
Rezension

Eine Compilation von 1985.

Review

“So named due to this being a collection of stuff released on the Kamera label, for a long time Hip Priests was the only way to listen to material from the mighty Hex Enduction Hour album, as well as Room to Live and related singles like "Lie Dream of a Casino Soul" and "Look, Know." For that reason alone it was a useful collection, though it was also flawed in that nearly everything was mastered for CD from vinyl, a harbinger of what would eventually happen in the late þ90s with any number of early Fall reissues. Itþs especially noticeable on "Hip Priest" itself. Whether or not one wants to debate the aesthetics of such an approach, itþs still more than a little frustrating. Thankfully, the song selection is nearly impeccable -- omissions are unavoidable, but thereþs no overlap with Palace of Swords Reversed, and the highlights are legion: "Hip Priest," "The Classical," "Mere Psued Mag. Ed.," "Iþm Into C.B.!," and the absolutely wonderful B-side "Fantastic Life." The CD and cassette versions both include a useful bonus of interest to hardcore fans -- four live cuts of varying fidelity of other material from that time. "Who Makes the Nazis?" is OK enough, but the take on "Just Step Sideways" gets delivered with rough, fiery authority. At the end of the collection, meanwhile, thereþs an extremely muddy take on "Jawbone and the Air-Rifle" that will likely cause immediate departures on the part of neighbors and friends. A full quarter-hour ramble and stumble through "And This Day" concludes the release as a whol

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itþs a great performance that at nearly every point sounds like itþll collapse into formless chaos. Mark E. Smith is his typically contrarian self, while the lineup has its usual off-center way with the proceedings.“(All Music Guide)
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